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- noun Lack of a
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Rarely has an apparent nondecision carried such potentially grave consequences.
Judge Jones is to be congratulated for ruling broadly on the matter rather than taking the easy way out with some cramped, nondecision decision.
It holds that "stray remarks" and "statements by nondecision makers or statements by decision makers unrelated to the decisional process" cannot satisfy an employee's evidentiary burden of showing discriminatory intent by the employer.
"Is it always that clear that the decision maker did not rely on the remarks of the nondecision maker?"
Just a few decades ago, circumcision was a virtual nondecision for new parents in the US.
Going along with this was a nondecision that would haunt me for years to come, not because Brown and Kraft did anything illegal, but because, even though the whole idea was to take financial worries out of my hands, I had an irrational fear of looking at my accountants’ monthly statement.